In 1940, aged 15, Jane suffered from a Bell’s Palsy which paralysed the left side of her face.
Not only did she recover, but it is speculated that the condition actually contributed to her “patented look” and her “Calm, quizzical gaze and enigmatic expression”.
Jane said the facial exercises which she used to overcome the Bell’s Palsy actually “taught her how to convey human emotion”.
In 1942, the legendary Howard Hughes spotted Greer modelling on the cover of Life Magazine. It was he who sent her to Hollywood to become an actress.
LESS THAN 2 YEARS AFTER HER BELL’S PALSY.
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